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    Post UK Fears Migrant Influx As EU Bids to Break Down Border Controls

    Brussels bosses want to tear up European Union immigration rules, leaving Britain vulnerable to a new influx of migrants.

    The European Commission plans to use human rights laws to break down border controls.

    David Cameron will today go into battle to face down plans to scrap the existing rule that means illegal immigrants and asylum seekers are supposed to be sent back to the country where they first enter the EU.

    Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso will use a summit in Brussels today to press for the changes.

    He wants the rule suspended indefinitely, opening the door to thousands of immigrants heading for Britain to claim more generous benefits than they could get elsewhere.

    British officials fear that suspending the rule will mean that countries on the edge of Europe make far less effort to police their borders, since they will not have to face the consequences themselves of letting in too many migrants.

    The situation has been made more acute by the fighting in Libya, which has seen thousands of refugees fleeing Colonel Gaddafi’s regime to take shelter in the EU.

    More than one million people have fled Libya since the conflict began.

    Frontex, the EU border agency, estimates that 48,000 have already arrived in the EU.

    Italy is expecting another 50,000 to double those numbers.

    Eurocrats are demanding the changes to the existing rules, enshrined in the so-called ‘Dublin regulations’, after officials lost a legal case in the European Court of Human Rights in January.

    On that occasion the Court ruled that Belgium and Greece had violated the rights of an asylum seeker in expelling him to Athens.

    Both countries had been following EU policy by sending migrants back to the port where they first entered the EU to file their claim to refugee status

    The policy was followed despite warnings from the UN refugee agency and the Council of Europe’s human rights commissioner that Greece’s system was dysfunctional.

    The Afghan asylum seeker, known to the court as M.S.S., said that Belgium and Greece had subjected him to degrading treatment in returning him to Athens, and that he had been denied an ‘effective remedy’ against expulsion. The court agreed.

    Last night the Prime Minister’s official spokesman said: ‘The Commission is proposing that the regulations are suspended.

    ‘We will be resisting that because we think it’s important to have proper border controls.’

    The Prime Minister will join forces with French President Nicolas Sarkozy to block a bid by Mr Barroso to write the plans into the communiqué which will be issued at the end of the EU leader’s summit tomorrow.

    The French are keen to block the move because they have already fallen out with Italy after immigrants arriving from Libya crossed the border into France.

    The No 10 spokesman said: ‘We do care because what happens at the border of Europe can impact on the border of the UK.

    ‘People who come into the EU through other countries can end up in the UK.
    ‘We’ve got to have the right incentives in place so countries police their borders properly.'
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    The European Commission plans to use human rights laws to break down border controls.

    David Cameron will today go into battle to face down plans to scrap the existing rule that means illegal immigrants and asylum seekers are supposed to be sent back to the country where they first enter the EU.

    Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso will use a summit in Brussels today to press for the changes.

    He wants the rule suspended indefinitely, opening the door to thousands of immigrants heading for Britain to claim more generous benefits than they could get elsewhere.

    British officials fear that suspending the rule will mean that countries on the edge of Europe make far less effort to police their borders, since they will not have to face the consequences themselves of letting in too many migrants.
    Something's gone terribly wrong here... (Yet, no one is going to do anything about it...) You know that these 'changes' are going to pass.



    Are you ready to get rid of the EU, Europe? Or do you want to wait a few more years?

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    Disgusting.
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    National socialized collectivism must prevail over radical individualism.

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    Im far more concerned about immigration from outside the EU, as in Africa and the Slavic east. It should be fortress europe and anyone not here legally should be arrested and deported.

    Simple as that.

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    this is all the EU is about!

    seriously i wish i had a Lancaster so i could bomb the EU parliament to dust an ashes! an take the pathetic EU with it!

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